Historians refer to Raymond Loewy as the designer of the modern world. He began his career drawing for Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair and Vogue before moving into industrial design towards the end of the 1920s.
“There is a frantic race to merchandise tinsel and trash under the guise of ‘modernism’. I can claim to have made the daily life of the 20th Century more beautiful.” — Raymond Loewy
Being a bachelor (or hey, a bachelorette) can be an awesome time in your life. You’re free to make whatever life-changing decisions you want, like move to the other side of the world or start a new career.
You also have the space to figure out who you are and what kind of life you want. And of course you live alone, where it’s your space, so your rules.
Peter Wooldridge hails from Krugersdorp, a mining town situated in the West Rand district of Gauteng Province, South Africa.
After attending the Johannesburg School of Arts, in 1965 Peter obtained a Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Witwatersrand, where he was voted Student of the Year.
He initially followed a career as a Graphic designer, working for a number of top advertising agencies and produced for a number of the leading industrial and commercial entities such as Hewlett Packard and Rand Mines Limited.
If you’re reading this, it can be assumed that you love to fish. But perhaps this is the first time you’ve stopped to consider that you can do it in a way that’s kinder to the environment.
“Keep an eye out for sensitive flora and other natural elements”
If this is the case, then please continue to find out how you can make your next fishing trip an eco-friendly one.
Your fishing trip starts by packing your tackle box and it is here where your eco-friendly efforts should start as well. Get rid of all – or most – of your lead equipment and purchase biodegradable bait and line products instead. If your search for these proves unsuccessful, opt for fishing gear made from tin. Continue reading 5 Fishing Tips For The Eco-Friendly Fisherman→
For many couples, heading off to work each day offers a much-needed respite from the pressures of home life. But being apart all day can be a drain on the relationship.
“The couple that works together stays together”
More and more couples are looking for opportunities to work together professionally as well as domestically. If you and your partner are among that group, read on for a few ideas for working together as a twosome.
The intrepid couple pictured here commissioned Toronto-based Little Blue Lemon to create a very special wedding photo – being chased down the street by a terrifying squadron of Star Wars Imperial AT-AT Walkers.
As can be seen from the pics that follow they really threw themselves into the role with enthusiasm.
Apparently, the meme was started by one Quinn Miller, 22, who produced a digitally put together image of a wedding party in Louisiana being chased by a huge T-Rex. Incredibly, the shot was taken in just one shoot lasting 2 minutes.
Native Americans are a proud, fascinating and diverse group of people.
Though there are hundreds of stories told of their proficiency in battle, unforgivable treatment at the hands of white settlers and fables of their nature-based spiritualism, there aren’t nearly enough shared that comment on their contributions to Americans’ modern experience.